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follow that welcome to business as russia is ditching the kyoto protocol a global agreement to reduce carbon emissions the country which is strides of an active player on the emissions markets will not be bound by obligations to diminish greenhouse gases in the second phase of the protocol which falls next it from on the topic on joined live by b. almost by professor at copenhagen business school how i feel and thank you for joining us now let's talk realistic a reality journey in these times of economic hardship across the globe right now is the price you call a win this dick tracy. you know and it's never been a realistic option listen it's going to cost hundreds of billions of dollars to
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curtail carbon emissions just a tiny bit in the developing countries starting to develop the world and that's going to lead to very very small declines in temperature rise because by the end of the century it's simply a very poor way to try to help the world with climate change that why it's bearing and in terms of rosseau we've had ross a pulling out along with new zealand even japan they've all jumped ship so do you think countries on radio as enthusiastic as they want swallow well the event enthusiastic to begin with what's happened a while i think a lot of countries want to show their goodwill but a lot of countries also realize this is going to be costly that's why the us never joined up that's why i can't remember actually kept their promises and of course for russia it was only an easy argument because you came out of the three magic to find innovations from the clocks back in the one nine hundred ninety one so fundamentally nobody perhaps except the e.u.
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has ever really paid for the climate change goals so it's been easy to make them but not actually trying to keep them now it's based on the us just the argument's sake what's a rough society the treaty what this will kill global economic growth and that would be another kind of dissolve what about into this what you have to be realistic about it even if the us and china join into a kyoto protocol it would only live a very marginally change the temperature rise only one hundred years out i heard you guys talk about the philippines they would have no impact on hurricanes the next fifty years it's not the solution to climate change what is is new technology if sole parents were cheaper than fossil fuels everyone would switch but as long as they're not we can't afford to subsidize them so this is about innovation this is about subsidizing innovation but. not subsidizing as most of the world is today the
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implementation of existing inefficient technology to make better solar panels and you fix the problem so you mentioned to say the things that then sit you think perhaps this is an overreaction and misunderstanding how would you interpret that while there are two things going on firstly a lot of the developing world money from the developed world and so they're playing up their arguments secondly there's been a lot of argument saying see this hurricane hurricane sandy in the u.s. and the type who. are caused by global warming well first of all the science tells us there's only a very marginal or non existing part of this that's caught i call the warming but the second part is even if it were the case that a significant part of the overall i'm not of what we're doing right now or anything that we will do in the next ten or fifteen years will have any appreciable impact to help people even in fifty years so if we want to help the philippines let's make sure we help them with actual adaptation have better seawall defenses have better
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infrastructure it's simple things like that if we want to help the philippines and if we want to tackle global warming let's innovate let's focus on making better solar panels rather than just buying a lot of the crappy ones that we have right now so i get into something practical then just go back on it just think that it could be almost all to some to make it more efficient to make it more practical well know ok that's why it failed the last twenty years fundamentally we ask nations to implement policies that are costly for them now which had very tiny and impacts only one hundred years down the line that's always going to be a very very hard sell and so what we've really seen people doing is cheating or you know claiming offsets that are not really happening or mostly exporting all their energy intensive industries to china and other places that are. if he otoh style
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approaches were never going to succeed what we need to do is to focus on technology technology will actually cut carbon emissions dramatic moving blood for instance that's the shale gas coal but the u.s. is now are experiencing which is meant that gas has become a lot cheaper which means that the u.s. which from coal to gas and actually reduce their emissions by more than twice as much as what kyoto and the e.u. has ever managed to do and they've made money in the process which is of course why are russia china india and many others are going to take over this technology very quickly that is going to cut carbon emissions not a hero style approach ok thank you very much indeed for your time today that we've got time for thank you very much indeed but. on moving on them the next time you order polecat you'll save at restaurant the whites of many star when i ask you if pigs can fly because unless they sprout wings they may not have any way of making
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it over here from america russian health regulators have announced an import ban on mate in the united states. has the details for us. this new regulation would require the testing of a residue of a drug called rush so for me now this drug is put into animal feed in the united states to cause the animal to gain leaving muscle mass as opposed to fatty tissue the regulation goes into force immediately now at this point russian officials will be doing the testing of any meat that arrives now formers are calling this fear mongering spreading fear about this additive among the public but officials completely disagree on this side of things that the united states apartment of agriculture says restaurant would mean is say the u.s.d.a. currently does no testing of its own just to give you an idea of how much money is at stake here for the united states according to the u.s. meat export federation more than two hundred ten shipping containers filled with
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beef and pork valued at about twenty million dollars is currently on its way to russia and is going to be tested the united states in total exports about five hundred million dollars of meat every year to this point three to comply with this rule and to not lose out on tens of millions of dollars at the very least the united states has got to put into place their own testing. has moved on to the markets and u.s. stocks are gaining mouses economic data in china be tested and investors what's the latest development in american budget talks europe is so full from an eighteen month high and turning. on concerns that a change in leadership in a city would just drop death that soon the debt crisis of us off the top and prime minister mario monti said that he had lost a fault and would quit they did manage to get some momentum doing just the last hour we did finish up against the euro i was hit by the certainty of the situation
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and right now is demonstrating some resilience to that news and meanwhile we want to move all my. to finish up the day lurk and see us dollar one of us the year i sat. on the bus next to the market started the week with gangs that they are actually days i can tell you yes on the my sex finished up the day in also it's territory feels yes i can tell you it was eight basis points and it's four tenths of a percent for the my sex act just to clarify it. that's all for business from now and in a few minutes i'll tease tom boston talks to one of egypt's main opposition leaders who says president morsi is regime is failing to fulfill the nation's hopes to change stay with us.
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nearly two years after the revolution that shocked the world and removed hosni mubarak from his long tenure at the head of egypt the egyptian revolution is going through some strange times perhaps some would say some dark times with us to discuss this is not other than. a presidential candidate himself and a former secretary general of the arab league and some of the thank you very much for joining thank you for coming so here we are close to the top risk where where it seems like we are atmosphere of revolution is once more in the air is that a sign of success or perhaps a failure. it cannot be a sign of success except in one meaning that people who are coming together to
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express their views. concerning the constitutional declaration that the majority. oppose. and therefore this is a sign of success that which is the freedom of expression the freedom of assembly. and conveying their views and this is something that the leak have to count as a very positive result of the revolution of the twenty fifth of january two thousand and eleven that's number one number two the situation in egypt generally extends because of the fact that nothing has really changed. the change that we wanted that people hoped for dealing with the services
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education being health care and the rest of the files but dating to the life of egyptians have not really produced anything new where did the revolution go wrong. when. i don't really think that there are revolution has gone wrong but the revolution as such as the one we do have here in egypt takes time. to really. do so you can say that this is the fruits of that evolution to take time but first of all we have a civilian rule. and you would have public and elected president the parliamentary elections are coming up. those are positive points but on the other side there are things that people do not accept that people want egypt to look forward to look to the future blinkx up with the world to deal with our
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problems that are suitable they are not impossible. problems so why should the state put one point that will move. this is the thing that we are calling on the president on the new blood on the new b.g. and on ourselves that we have to move on we have not but i believe these convinced of what he is doing and here we differ with him we believe that this was him stick this is a major worry to a lot of egyptians a fear of as one person i spoke to put it a large increase in political violence on the horizon do you think that that's a real worry when this is a worry but i don't think that we would reach that level and that don't hope but certainly in my analysis i don't think that we are heading. to have a civil war or something that's going but confrontation and they're very
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angry people so the point is that now we are coming together we are sitting together we are trying to coordinate and work who is coming when only bit of forces and the other political forces like leftist forces pollution of the forces and so on coptic christians and the christians in there as it was clear in that position taken in the constitutional assembly and their withdrawal together with us and others we all would do it together coptic christians and women i've spoken to some representatives of those communities though they are especially worried about this constitution and do they have a good reason to be scared well you know because of the ocean would have been better picking the winner. women's role women's rights into real cause their issues and clearly. positions.
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articles dealing with that which is not the case yes indeed they have reason to worry for mercy himself for the muslim brotherhood which is the more important word the islamist part or the political part well i think that. their commitment to the. their islamic a lot of it is much stronger the more that. that would really and the society define itself but at the same time would not be curtailed in its activities in its development by restrictions that come out of based on a very strict interpretation of islam after electing a president and now. and discussing a constitution. no man is asian should have taken place and really
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get to business and was the business fifty percent of the country. is lives in poverty the illiteracy the. unemployment the initial problems that have not been addressed until this moment this is the point that one many of us as citizens of these liberals as nationalists believe that we are losing time. losing time and it seems one of the things that's standing in the way of that is this well how much do you think it is a death struggle between morsi and the supremes judges and how much do you think perhaps they have choreographed a super piece of political theater this is part of the see if we come to a conclusion and do a national constitution that with the care of everything national cool solution is
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our responsibility as a society but. it is the responsibility of the president the government and that is . this is the point it is their disposability to bring conciliation into the deal to start working to deal with the ills of the society because there is a battle about constitutional order a difference of views about the constitution but this should not the tade or stop the government from moving on dealing with the problems that we as people feel that they have to be addressed and as immediately as we got the result asli a wider arab spring still far from over so what is really going on with this arms print gene really think it's a genuine welling up of popular feeling or do you think there are people pulling strings here for their own not international know that evolutions the change that's taking place is really genuine. it had to come. to
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continue with the your genes as they. as they were. because they are impossible and many of us including myself. expect that to happen business as usual supporting governments for just there with stability without redevelopment without a democracy without. understanding the essence of the change that has taken this is it is not a good movement so working against history will not succeed it will turn against those who want the status quo to continue be as if nothing happened or go or who is the day who is governing who they miss the next to support him no we have to play a different game but change has to be respected and had it become a development intent on par with the other really big story in the middle east the
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moment the tragedy unfolding in syria do you think that the international community has done enough to to to help syria some muslim countries are trying to help in this way or that way but there is no policy supported by or old countries in order to save the people in syria and those who. continue to be living in such conditions for a year or two or five or ten that wrong things will come to an end by the. me a pact that the people. have already voiced their. opposition to the government and they would continue to do so they paid a lot heavy price for that and therefore. those who believe that they can maintain the status quo really mistaken and their mistake will affect the fate of so many people in syria and india
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who you are implying by that when i'm not addressing. any country or any policy. per se but generally basic to issues syria should come to an end to be. and. for the syrians to start building their own democracy the big word on everyone's lips as regards egyptian foreign policy is sinai what on earth is really going on there when of course then i needs to be secure as a part of egypt and the sovereignty of egypt to be supported so why all this talk of a deal with the palestinians of us i've no vested trying to help to put a scene is one thing to do to affect the sovereignty of egypt is another thing from all points of view humanitarian point of view economical to your political point of view that we have to do as we are i'm so happy for the resolution that you know
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that the but there's an assembly this should be part of the foreign policy of egypt also but the point of course if you took this to effect conciliation between. the hunt hamas within the but as yet i can fight and the west has to change its position on that and not to oppose this conservation we were talking about syria but the same is also an issue that has to be. attended to and very quickly i'm going to ask you to just briefly crystal borges where do you see egypt's revolution going that evolution will continue it's not going to feel there is no return to the previous of june but you should not also have this stand still kind of policy we have to move on and this would move on. big things really move back. and if you're to be in trouble. that is the
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essence of the message. as it. move on but i suspect the moccasin respect the rule of law let us move together the vision of dividing the country dividing the people dividing the public opinion is not in our interest so i hope that you would all understand this point on a muso thank you very much thank you you thank . and the mission of free accreditation free clothes for judges free. range month free risk free spirit child free. download free blogs just plug in video for your media projects and free media and
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